DOJ report: 43% of all offenders last year were non-citizens

Dec 2014
The Milky Way
Not the best or the brightest.

And it is highly likely that this is similar in many states as well.


According to the U.S. Sentencing Commission, in its recently published 2018 report on federal sentencing statistics, 54.3 percent of the 69,425 federal offenders last year were Hispanic, and 42.7 percent of offenders were non-citizens. The two biggest offense categories were immigration (34.4 percent) and drugs (28.1 percent).

This is why methamphetamine was actually the most common drug charge, according to the U.S. Sentencing Commission. The biggest increase in drug activity from the cartels was meth, not marijuana or even heroin. Thus, our federal drug prosecutions are all about the most violent transnational cartels and gangs. Federal prosecutors don’t waste their time with “low-level” Americans in New York or Chicago. Drug possession charges accounted for just 3.9 percent of federal offenders, and almost all of those were in border districts because they involved immigration cases.

The notion that the feds go after drug possession is just a straight-up lie. 63 percent of all non-citizens charged for drug trafficking in 2018 were illegal aliens. Moreover, because illegal alien networks are the antecedent for much of the trafficking from the cartels, if we were to enforce our immigration laws on the front end, many Americans who get roped into drug trafficking would never have the opportunity to do so.

As Robert Murphy, special agent in charge of the DEA’s Atlanta office, told me last year, “Predominantly, what we arrest here is illegal aliens.” He noted that were we to close our border and deport all criminal aliens, the cartels would struggle to survive. “Sure, you might find some Americans who would be willing to go to Mexico and work for the cartels, but it won’t be the level that they need to have the control of the U.S. market like they do now with the illegals and Mexican nationals.”


DOJ report: 43% of all offenders last year were non-citizens
Likes: Kurmugeon
May 2014
New Mexico
There is an interesting fact which can be found in the FBI crime statistics data base... if you can believe their very politically corrupted numbers...

In the general, collective category of "Violent Crime"'; meaning Rape, Assault, Manslaughter, and Murder...

There are statistics available for the rates per capita, for every possible identity demographics group which is tracked by the FBI data base.

For violent crimes, a person might believe, watching the Chicago gun violence of street drug gangs, that urban, low income, Afiican Americans, would be the highest, and ...
Well educated, european descended, White Women would be the lowest... but that's not true.

The highest rate group and the lowest rate group for violent crime have something interesting in common, they are BOTH subgroups of "Foriegn Born Immigrants"

The highest violent crime rate demographic group, by a wide margin, is Illegal Immigrants.

The Lowest violent crime rate demographic group, by a wide margin, are LEGAL Immigrants.

I am not against Immigrants. I am totally opposed to Illegal Immigration.

Likes: THOR
Oct 2013
White Guys Win! Not bragging but you kicked every minority's bum in:

Child Pornography
Commercial Vice
Environmental crimes
Food and Drug crimes
Individual Rights crimes
Obscenity/Other Sex Offenses
Sexual Abuse
Tax crimes

And you even kicked their butts in the category of "other" crimes. You're number one!
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Dec 2014
The Milky Way
We need a long time out on all immigration. One million legals a year for so many years is not necessary, epsecially with the robotics revolution. Plus, as in the past, for assimilation purposes we also need that long time out. The melting pot is breaking right now.
Oct 2013
Your numbers are jacked up by the Trump immigration policy. In 2018 almost all immigrants are listed under immigration as a crime: 22,782 or 96.3%
It is done that way to keep his sheep bleating.